Designing a “No Interface” Audio Walk
Edith Terte Andersen * Tilde Aagaard Pedersen * Anders Sundnes Løvlie * IT-University of Copenhagen
The best interface is no interface
(Krishna, 2015)“ ”
many visitors said they usually chose audio
rather than text descriptions because they could pay more
(visual) attention to the room. Second, a few visitors said the
interface drew their attention away from the room.
(Woodruff et. al.,2001)
The magnetic screen
...to attach sound, music and narrative
with content to the past, to locations of
(Behrendt, 2015, p. 10)
Listeners seemed to respond particularly well to the
variety of voices used which gave the experience authenticity
and emotional impact – they enjoyed hearing from ‘
real’ people as opposed to a mono-vocal guide.
(Butler, 2008, p.10)
Oral accounts & narratives
Photo: Archivephoto/BZ-portalenPhoto: Uffe Weng
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon
2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement
No 727040 (the GIFT project).
The GIFT project: www.gifting.digital